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    Red face Korean movies

    Is that sentence grammatically correct?

    One of the intriguing (or disturbing) signs about where Korean movies are headed is the near absence of press previews this month. For instance, except for a screening of Yoo Ji-tae`s short titled "Out of My Intention" on Tuesday. there`s nothing going on this week. No screenings yet either next week. The declining number of domestic film releases is in sharp contrast to the surging demand for foreign films.
    Last edited by RonBee; 08-Jun-2008 at 13:33. Reason: clean it up


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    re: Korean movies

    One of the intriguing (or disturbing) signs about where Korean movies are headed is the near absence of press previews this month. For instance, except for a screening of Yoo Ji-tae`s short titled "Out of My Intention" on Tuesday, there`s nothing opening this week. No screenings listed yet either for next week. The declining number of domestic film releases is in sharp contrast to the surging demand for foreign films.

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